Director of CPD
School of Health Sciences
T: 01904 876403
I am a senior Lecturer here at York St John University. I teach and supervise research at undergraduate, postgraduate and PhD levels. I have PhD sole supervisor status with the University of Leeds and senior supervisor status with York St John University.
I am involved in university quality assurance processes such as validation of new degrees.
I have held External Examiner appointments at the University of East Anglia and Oxford Brookes University (School of Health and Social Care: MSc/PG Dip/PG Cert. Rehabilitation). I am a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy.
Post Professional Qualifications
- PhD: Role change, identity, and personal/professional development in radiography: dialogues, discourses, directions University of East Anglia, September 1992 - September 1998
- Bachelor of Education Honours Degree for Teachers in the Paramedical Professions (first class) University of East Anglia, September 1989 - June 1992
- Postgraduate Certificate in Learning and Teaching Sheffield Hallam University, September 2001 – July 2002
- Further and Adult Education Teacher Certificate (City and Guilds 7307) Norwich City College, September 1988 - June 1989
- Clinical Tutor Certificate of the College of Radiographers Leeds School of Radiography, September 1988
Professional Education and Training
- Diploma of the College of Radiographers Hull School of Radiography, 1982 - 1985
I teach Evidence Based Practice and Research Methods at undergraduate and postgraduate levels and I am Module Leader for core modules on the MSc Professional Health and Social Care Programmes: Evaluating Evidence and Effecting Change, Research Methods, Research Paper.
I have PhD sole supervisor status with the University of Leeds and senior supervisor status with York St John University, having successfully co-supervised a PhD in The Measurement of Balance for People who have Multiple Sclerosis and a PhD in Priorities and Barriers to Research in Health Librarianship.
My own research interests relate to Continuing Professional Development for Allied Health Professionals, activity and engagement in care homes, health coaching and veterans.
I currently co-supervise a PhD on the impact of working with eating disordered clients on the counsellor's embodied subjectivity.
Qualitative, quantitative and mixed research methods.
Spring, H., Doherty, P., Boyes, C., Wilshaw, K. (2014) Research engagement in health librarianship: Outcomes of a focus group. Library & Information Science Research 36(3-4).
Jennifer McAnuff, J., Boyes, C., Kolehmainen, N. (2014) Family-clinician interactions in children's health services: a secondary analysis of occupational therapists' practice descriptions. Health expectations: an international journal of public participation in health care and health policy·
Rossall, H., Boyes, C., Montacute, K., Doherty, P. (2008) Developing research capacity in health librarians: a review of the evidence. Health Information and Libraries Journal 25, 159-174.
Yoward, L.S., Doherty, P., Boyes, C. (2008) A survey of outcome measurement of balance, walking and gait amongst physiotherapists working in neurology in the UK. Physiotherapy 94, 125-132.
Yoward, L.S., Doherty, P., Boyes C. (2008) Outcome measurement by physiotherapists who work in neurology. Synapse (ACPIN journal) (Spring 2008, pp14-17).
Plastow, N.A., Boyes, C. (2006) Unidisciplinary continuing professional development in a multidisciplinary world: experiences from practice. Work based learning in primary care 4, 320-42.
Boyes, C. (2006) Time management Therapy Weekly 30 March 2006, 7-9.
Boyes, C. (2005) One hundred and one uses of CPD? Therapy Weekly 25 August 2005, 9-11.
Boyes, C., Wolverson, C. (2004) Presentation skills for health professionals. Therapy Weekly 8 July 2004.
Boyes, C. (2004) Discourse analysis and personal/professional development. Radiography (2004) 10, 109-117.